With the combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are promoting a new era of company management.
We hope to share part of this process with you in this corner.
December 26, 2022
When I used to interview people, I often heard them say, "I had an image that IT companies were difficult to work for, but I took the plunge and applied.
It may be true.
People who join us from different industries say they don't understand IT terminology at first.
However, time has passed, and those who said it would be difficult have been with the company for 5 or 10 years, happily working while snacking on snacks.
In any industry, in any job, you don't know what you are doing at first, and then you get used to it.
Now, even though there is a 50-year age gap from a 19-year-old intern to a 69-year-old part-timer, they work together smoothly, and even the generation gap is nothing to sneeze at.
Click here for an interview KOMADO with these workers.
December 19, 2022
Since December 16 was the day the company was registered, a full 13 years have passed.
Since it is the end of the year cleaning, I am looking back a bit, throwing away a lot of past e-mails and data as usual.
It had only been a few years, but the structure of the company, the way it operated its services, and the way it made things fun and exciting were completely different.
My sense was that the land was gently connected to the past, but in reality it was like a steep peak with layers of sheer cliffs, and I wondered how we had managed to climb it.
At the same time, I can only express my gratitude once again to all those who kindly watched over us from far and near, and called out to us strongly.
I am looking forward to building up to another important day.
December 12, 2022
If a project deadline is approaching and resources are limited, the first priority would be to meet it on time.
However, it is precisely when I am in such a tight corner that I would like to have the courage to try if a little effort can open up a much brighter future.
Such a secret was hidden in the fact that the Voyager spacecraft, launched 45 years ago, is still sending radio waves from more than 20 billion kilometers away (100 AU: 1 AU is the distance between the sun and the earth).
Scientific American2022:Voyagers to stars
(Nikkei Science January 2023)
About 60 years ago, the four giant planets of our solar system were slowly aligning their orbits, and NASA built two spacecraft to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Voyager 1 and 2, identical in every detail, were launched one after the other in less than half a month in the summer of 1977.
The first four years were positioned as the primary mission," says Suzanne Dodd, who returned as project manager in 2010 after 20 years away from the Voyager team. But if there was an option to add something to the four-year mission that wasn't needed but would cost 10% more, the engineering team chose it. And they didn't specifically report it to the top."
They didn't have microprocessors in them. It didn't exist." The engineers who designed Voyager could not rely on a vast computer program to help drive the spacecraft. The mission could have lasted this long because it was built almost entirely into the hardware. Today's engineers wouldn't know how to do that. It's doubtful that anyone today could build a spacecraft as simple as this one."
We must use all the technology we can think of at the present time to meet the challenges that lie ahead, and we must think about the margins and build them up a little further in advance.
We want immediate results, we want to find the right answer as quickly as possible, and we want to make things as easy as possible, but we need to remember that there is an opposite approach.
The journey will continue even after the two spacecraft have completely stopped observing. Voyager 1 will pass its neighbor, Proxima Centauri, in 16,700 years, and will be followed by Voyager 2 3,600 years after that. And after that, the two machines will continue orbiting the galaxy for millions of years.
December 05, 2022
Some time ago, the hypothesis of Skill-Biased Technological Progress (or Skill-Biased Technological Change: SBTC) was used to explain the disparity problem.
The idea was that the acquisition of new skills not previously available would create a rise in income, which later became known as STEM education, and programming education began in schools and was learned as reskilling in the workforce.
For reference, STEAM education (an extension of STEM) from the wiki
STEAM education is a method of education that integrates STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with Arts (Liberal Arts). STEM education is an educational approach that integrates Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics with Arts.
STEAM education develops the mathematical and scientific foundations of student children while teaching them to think critically (critical thinking) and apply technology and engineering to address problems that exist in the real world through imaginative and creative approaches.
It is tied to the argument that wage growth is lower in Japan than in other developed countries, but it is worth thinking a little bit about whether a reskilling education in the DX era really improves the earnings of companies and raises the income of individuals.
In the very long run, it could be about income redistribution, which came about after the industrial revolution of the 20th century, or it could be about how you want to spend your life.